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Aluminium is a relatively soft, durable, lightweight, ductileand malleablemetalwith appearance ranging from silvery to dull gray, depending on the surfaceroughness. It is nonmagnetic and does not easily ignite. A fresh film ofaluminium serves as a good reflector (approximately 92%) of visible lightand an excellent reflector (as much as 98%) of medium and far infraredradiation. The yield strength of pure aluminium is 7–11 MPa,while aluminium alloys have yield strengths ranging from200 MPa to 600 MPa. Aluminium has about one-third the densityand stiffness of steel. It is easily machined,cast, drawn and extruded.

Aluminium alloys (or aluminum alloys; see spellingdifferences) are alloysin which aluminium(Al) is the predominant metal. The typical alloying elements are copper, magnesium,manganese,silicon,tin and zinc. There are twoprincipal classifications, namely casting alloys and wrought alloys, both of which are furthersubdivided into the categories heat-treatableand non-heat-treatable. About 85% of aluminium is used for wrought products,for example rolled plate, foils and extrusions.Cast aluminium alloys yield cost-effective products due to the low meltingpoint, although they generally have lower tensile strengthsthan wrought alloys. The most important cast aluminium alloy system is Al–Si,where the high levels of silicon (4.0–13%) contribute to give good castingcharacteristics. Aluminium alloys are widely used in engineering structures andcomponents where light weight or corrosion resistance is required

Specification:

Alloy:  AA1050, 1060, 1100,AA3003, 3005, 3015, 5052, 5754, 5083,8011, etc

Temper: H14/16/18/22/24/32,HO etc.

Thickness: 0.2mm100mm

Width: 100mm2300mm (Can be slitted)

Inner Diameter:508MM

Coil Weight:500kg-3000kg(Max.)

Application:Foil stock, Circles, Roofing, Can stock, Marine plateAnti-slipery purpose in vehicles, packing and appliance.

Features:

1.     Excellent quality of products

2.     Quick delivery

3.     Best service to clients

4.     BV,SGS  avalible

5.     No buckle o waveness

6.     Tension leveling

7.     Certificate of Origin

8.     Form A,E


Packaging  Detail:

Carton ,Woodenpallet with plastic protection packing ,standard seaworthy packing or as yourrequest.


Production Capacity:

AnnualProduction capacity of 600,000 tons.

Products areexported to United States, Canada, U.A.E, Brazil, Mexico,Thailand, Vietnam,Nigeria  etc, over 100 countries andregions all over the world.


Production Line:

CNBM aluminumproduction base is comprised of 18 aluminumannealers, 10 coil and foilmills, 4 continuous production lines, 2hot rolling production line and 3prepainted lines.


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Normally 30% TT, L/C

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FOB, CFR, CIF

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Shanghai port

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30 days after client’s deposit


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Q:why is it that a synthetic ruby which is made out of aluminum and chromium, wont repell a spinning magnet ?
A synthetic ruby may be made of aluminum, but that is not ALL that it is made of. The primary material in all rubies is aluminum oxide. So you need oxygen. It's not like the stuff is hard to find... they probably don't even need to overtly add it when they manufacture rubies. And of course, that creates a world of difference. Ferric oxide (a.k.a. rust) isn't magnetic either, even though iron is very strongly so. Aluminum is NOT naturally magnetic (though I'm sure it can be induced)... but if the parallel holds one might imagine that aluminum oxide would be just as nonmagnetic as ferric oxide, neh? As for metals being crystals... yes, that is so. But keep in mind also that just because all metals are crystals, it doesn't mean that all crystals are metals. Metals are (by definition) malleable, ductile, lustrous, and conductive. None of these things can be said of ALL crystals. Ruby may be a crystal, but it is not even vaguely a metal.
Q:Aluminum (Element)?
Al + Cl2 --- AlCl3 aluminum trichloride is an important substance used in several organic chemical reactions of indistrial importance. It is what is called a Lewis acid, something you will get to. Possibly gallium, just below it in the periodic table.
Q:Aluminum head question?
just put them on
Q:Can the color coated aluminum roll be bent easily and won't break?
Weathering resistance. The weight of a unit volume is the lightest of all metal materials. It is widely used in fields such as pigments, balcony packaging, and is not susceptible to corrosion. It is durable and beautiful in appearance. Specially applied to the interior of public places, colour coated aluminium rolls have become one of the most popular top decorative materials: polyester coated aluminum rolls (PE). According to the surface film forming structure, fluorocarbon coating can be divided into two kinds: traditional fluorocarbon and nano fluorocarbon coating. The biggest advantage is that the strength of the fluorocarbon coating is incomparable. It is a new type of material which has recently emerged in the field of doors and windows.
Q:what is the final temperature of 250g of water whose initial Temperature is 25 C if 80-g of aluminum initially?
Given Data :-- Mass : Aluminium m(a) = 80 g, Water m(w) = 250 g Initial Temperature : Aluminium t₁ = 70 C and Water t₁' = 25 C Final Temperature of both ( aluminium and water ) = T C (assume) Since Aluminium is initially at a temperature higher than that of water, it (aluminium) will lose heat to water . Heat lost by Al = Q = mass of Aluminium x sp.heat capacity of Aluminium x Temp. change = Q = 80 x 0.215 x ( 70 - T ) cal Heat gained by water = Q' = mass of water x sp.heat capacity of water x Temp. change = Q' = 250 x 1 x ( T - 25 ) According to principle of calorimetery . = Heat lost by aluminium = heat gained by water. = 250 x 1 x ( T - 25 ) = 80 x 0.215 x ( 70 - T ) = T = 27.9 C .... ( Rounded to one decimal place )...... Answer Answer .
Q:hydrochloric acid + aluminum = ?
you may separate the hydrogen by electrolysis. purely take your tube of gas and place the tube face down in salt water. Then get yet another attempt tube and fill it halfway with salt water. The salt interior the water helps the water to grow to be a greater powerful conductor it is by the fact NaCl is an ion. This ionizes the water and helps conduction. Then after installation the attempt tubes, get a batter and connect it to a dazzling and unfavourable plate with the corresponding terminals on the battery. Then turn on the battery. The water ought to separate out of the tube, leaving the hydrogen. the different tube with be crammed with all the water. to answer your 2d question.... The gas that would want again out to be hydrogen. 6HCl + 2Al = 2AlCl3 + 3H2(gas)
Q:What is the story behind using Aluminum while cooking food?
www.okorder.com/. You could crush it up into a soccer ball. *Don't hit anyone in the head or they'll get a brain disorder*
Q:A 22.0 g piece of aluminum at 0.3°C is dropped into a beaker of water.?
The specific heat of Aluminum is 0.215 cal/g-°C. The calories absorbed (q) would be q = m * c * (T2 -T1) = 22.0 g * 0.215 cal/g-°C * (78.0 °C - 0.3 °C) If you have a different value for the Specific heat of Aluminum, use it in the formula for your calculations. If you knew the mass of the water, you could check your calculations because the heat gained by the Al would be equal to the heat lost by the water, using q = m * c * (T2 -T1), where m is the mass of the water, c = 1.00 calorie/gram °C, T2 = 78.0 °C and T1 = 93.0 °C. The sign of q will be negative.
Q:how can you tell when aluminum has become oxidized and what are some possible causes?
Aluminum is very reactive to caustic substances, as well as acids. One of the perils of running nitrous oxide injection on a motor with aluminum heads or pistons is that you generate trace amounts of nitric acid which will corrode these parts over time. As mentioned here by other members, aluminum oxide is a powdery white residue. In the presence of water for a long period of time, or with the reactions mentioned above, aluminum will oxidize. If it's wheels you are talking about, the best solution is to keep them clean, dry, and free of brake dust. A lot of wheels though come with a coating to protect the aluminum.
Q:Is aluminum explosive?
Aluminum is not explosive, although in the presence of a suitable oxidizing agent it can burn. It does not rust (that concept applies only to ferrous metals), but can corrode and will tarnish rapidly if a cut surface is exposed to air. The tarnish, aluminum oxide, protects the surface from further oxidation, and a process called anodizing puts a heavy oxide layer on the surface for improved protection. Aluminum is produced by electrolysis from aluminum oxide, which is dissolved in molten aluminum fluoride; a typical electrolytic pot uses a current of 5 volts at 105,000 amperes and will produce a ton of aluminum per day.

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